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Old 03-16-2013, 03:22 PM   #10
TheLambsheadrep
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Originally Posted by Costagirl View Post
As long as your not holding a continental on the forehand grip like many old school players and your hand feels like it's 'home' on the racquet - you're good! Sometimes coaches don't allow players to do what comes natural to them...Eastern.semi-western...and with little success they wind up giving up. And ya can't have that!
True. I'm just trying to see/feel the differences, but during match play I will more than likely keep my index finger extended.

I always enjoy Toly's figures with beta angle and such. I saw what he did on Roddick's serve and index finger (http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showp...&postcount=124) and was hoping he could work the same idea but apply it to a forehand.
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